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If you borrow $140,000.00 from your bank at rate of simple interest of 3% for a period of 5 years to start up your business, how much will you owe in simple interest at the end of the life of the
loan? Answer: $140,000.00 x .03 x 5 years
If you borrow $140,000.00 from your bank at rate of simple interest of 3% for a period of 5 years to start up your business, the interest you will owe at the end of 5 years is $21,000. 140,000*.03*5=21,000
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User: If you borrow $140,000.00 from your bank at rate of simple interest of 3% for a period of 5 years to start up your business, how much will you owe in simple interest at the end of the life of the loan? Answer: $140,000.00 x .03 x 5 years

Weegy: For simple interest the formula is I=Prt I=500,000*.145*10 I=725,000 $500,000.00 at 14.5% simple interest for ten year - the interest is $725,000.
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If you borrow $140,000.00 from your bank at rate of simple interest of 3% for a period of 5 years to start up your business, the interest you will owe at the end of 5 years is $21,000.
140,000*.03*5=21,000
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